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Key developments in academic papers and deliverables

As STRATEGY CCUS draws to a close, our researchers are busy finalising the project’s findings and sharing key developments in academic papers and deliverables.

Please find below some of our recent successes in publishing journal and conference papers:

Published in Clean Technologies, 2022, (2), on 18 May 2022, as part of a special issue on CO2 Capture and Sequestration

Published in International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Volume 117, June 2022.

Published by the European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers, Conference Proceedings82nd EAGE Annual Conference & Exhibition, October 2021

Published in DGEG’s Boletim de Minas, 55, 2022

Published in Petroleum Geoscience, February 2021, 27 (3)

Upcoming paper:

  • Scenario of Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) for Upper 
    Silesia, Poland

Submitted to Energies in May 2022

We have also published the following project research deliverables on our website:

This paper examines the socioeconomic benefits of CCS deployment in three selected promising regions: Ebro Basin in Spain, Lusitanian Basin in Portugal and Rhône Valley in France. Departing from the scenarios presented in WP5, we estimate the value added and employment creation that would arise if the investments proposed do take place towards 2050.

This deliverable presents the outcomes of the LCA of the CCUS scenarios elaborated in the three most promising regions – namely the Rhône Valley (France), the Ebro basin (Spain) and the Lusitanian basin (Portugal) – selected at an earlier stage of the project.

This report, based on survey data in four study populations, assesses levels of awareness, attitudes towards, and acceptance of, carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies among the public in Spain and France and in a selected region in each of the two countries (the Ebro Basin and the Rhône Valley). We also identify the key individual‐level determinants of acceptance of both technological options.

This document describes the CCUS scenarios produced in the eight STRATEGY CCUS regions located in the Ebro basin in Spain, Lusitanian basin in Portugal, Rhône valley and Paris basin in France, Northern Croatia, Galati area in Romania, West Macedonian area in Greece and Upper Silesia in Poland.